Paul Holden appears again at the Zondo Commission
He testified that a total of R57,064,461,144.82 was paid by the South African state on contracts that were tainted by State Capture.
During the decade-long presidency of Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s fragile democracy was undermined and corrupted by a plethora of criminal actors. Foremost amongst them were the Gupta family, which used its influence and financial resources to capture major state companies and institutions, and to direct scarce public resources into their and others pockets. The State Capture Project aims to expose and elucidate evidence of this state capture through a program of detailed investigative research. We focus our attention on two of the most egregious cases of capture: the Estina Dairy Project and the capture of the state rail manufacturer, Transnet.
The results of this research will be published and disseminated widely, and can be found to the right of the page. Check back regularly for new publications and other content. The State Capture Project also aims to assist law enforcement initiatives in South Africa and around the world in bringing meaningful criminal charges against the perpetrators, facilitators and enablers of this exercise in grand corruption. To this end, Shadow World Investigations is making detailed submissions to the Zondo Commission on State Capture, which can be found to the right.
Submission: Complaint to the Judicial Services Commission on the failure of the Seriti Commission to investigate the Arms Deal
Submission: SWI’s Submission to the Zondo Commission Regarding the Gupta Enterprise & Transnet Kickbacks
Latest: SWI’s Submission to the Zondo Commission Regarding the Gupta Enterprise and Transnet Kickbacks
Read Part 1 of the summary in the Daily Maverick here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here